Unnumbered vs. numbered tunnels

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  1. Asger

    Asger

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    Hi,

    working with network of 1841's using GRE tunnels to connect and route in between. Now question is - i can set up the tunnels as being unnumbered and basically inheriting the address of a physical interface - or i can set up tunnels with ip addresses, pairing local and remote end of tunnels with a /30 set of addresses.
    What are the pros and cons of doing one or the other??

    Thx in adv.
     
    Asger, Sep 18, 2008
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